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Spice Jet launches taxi service for its passengers at 28 airports

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On Friday, Spice Jet announced that it had begun offering taxi services to its customers at 28 major airports, including Dubai. According to a statement from the airline, passengers who book flights on Spice Jet will receive an SMS with information about the Spice Jet taxi service.

When it is updated, their reservation will be confirmed, and a clean, well-kept cab will be held for them until their departure to make the trip easier and less stressful. It should be noted that the airline also said that after finishing their rides, travellers would also receive an immediate cashback.


SpiceJet’s Chief Business Officer, Debojo Maharshi, said: “The SpiceJet experience for our customers would be improved by this all-encompassing service. With a convenient doorstep service, no waiting, and confirmed cabs at arrival stations as well, we are removing the burden associated with reserving a cab to or from an airport.”

Using the Spice Screen capability, SpiceJet already provides the ability to book cabs mid-flight, during the journey. The additional services will improve travel convenience for travellers. With their taxi services, the services also help passengers with the difficulty of airport drop-off and pickup.




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